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    January 25, 2013
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. with a developing story. >> pam: developing right now at five. an east bay school is on high alert. it comes after an attempted kidnapping outside sutter elementary in antioch. good evening everybody, i am pam more. kron 4's terisa estacio shows us what is happening now - as the community works >> reporter: - one by one, to provide extra security as school let out here at sutter elementary school. in antioch, and they were not the only parents flooded the streets
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the stories we're following at five. a near abduction has parents and teachers on edge in the east bay. now -- a scramble to make sure children are kept safe. and the apparent hoax which put three schools on lockdown in the south bay. kron 4 is on the scene -- next. developing right now at five. an east bay school is on high alert. it comes after an attempted kidnapping outside sutter elementary in antioch. kron 4's terisa estacio shows us what is happening now - as the community works to protect its children. look here as police show up - one by one, to provide extra security as school let out here at sutter elementary school. in antioch, and they were not the only ones here in force. but parents flooded the streets and school to pick up their children. see this line of cars. as it
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stretches out the schools' driveway and down the street. parents say they have never seen so many people here to pick up their kids. this mother - who didn't want to talk on camera says she will never let her kids walk home again. and this mother says she is here helping out a friend. i always come. and today i am picking up a friends daughter. see this teacher here. and this one. they volunteered to help out as school ended for the day. principle paula mcevoy says many teachers wanted to do what they could. on the heels of this attempted abduction that happened at this park, just blocks from the school. prescense. mcevoy says in class throughout the day - they also tackled the issue by talking with students. teris estacio kron four news. also on alert -- taylor middle school in millbrae. that's where a man tried to abd hreries we're folin t the lslcn say-kn on t s--& t & emtainanoc& s s ppow s e mutyorto ptes iln. opoe up- y n tprde eryolny tturt o, thwreothelyhef
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five. an east bay school is on high alert. it comes after an attempted kidnapping outside sutter elementary in antioch. kron 4's terisa estacio shows us what is happening now - as the community works to protect its children. look here as police show up - one by one, to provide extra security as school let out here at sutter elementary school. in antioch, and they were not the only ones here in force. but parents flooded the streets and school to pick up their children. see this line of cars. as it stretches out the schools' driveway and down the
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street. parents say they have never seen so many people here to pick up their kids. this mother - who didn't want to talk on camera says she will never let her kids walk home again. and this mother says she is here helping out a friend. i always come. and today i am picking up a friends daughter. see this teacher here. and this one. they volunteered to help out as school ended for the day. principle paula mcevoy says many teachers wanted to do what they could. on the heels of this attempted abduction that happened at this park, just blocks from the school. prescense. mcevoy says in class throughout the day - they also tackled the issue by talking with students. >> reporter: teris estacio kron four news. >> also on alert -- taylor middle school in millbrae. that's where a man tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his car. right now -- kron 4 is there, and we'll have a full report at six. >> developing at this hour -- police now say, a report of a gunman in the south bay turned out to be a hoax. kron 4's alecia reid is live in cupertino -- where the fake report triggered three school lockdowns. alecia? >> reporter: these lock- downs inpacted a lot of people. homestead high school, cupertino middle school and west valley elementary were all locked down late this morning and early afternoon. police and deputies searched this area here.blocking off homestead road, south bernardo avenue, helena drive and wright avenue. parents gathered at the corner of homestead and south mary avenue to get more information from authorioties. >> right now -- rain making
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its way back towards the bay area. here's a live look outside at downtown san francisco -- and from our mount tamalpais camera in the north bay. i'm here in the weather center with jaqueline bennet. a wet weekend? >> jacqueline: we can see those clouds are increasing. this live look from our mount tam the associated with this system. we still have some residual showers possibly some pop up showers this evening. in this area but to the north it will push through. through. northern california it will not be that much of a bigger brain system. details on that, coming up. >> pam: newly released numbers on the flu outbreak. show that the illness is starting to decline in some areas of the country. but here in california --- the threat is on the rise. kron 4's justine waldma health
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expert. she is here now with more. justine.? >> reporter: we are now in the middle of flu season. and by all indications it is worse than last year. let's get right to the new numbers. centers of disease control just put out the data from last week. a total of 47 states reported "widespread" flu activity. that is down from 48 last week. the report also found "high levels" in 26 states -- a decrease from the 30 reported last week. here is california we are in the high category. finally, 37 children have died from the flu this season. at this point flu vaccine may be harder to find. you may need to contact more than one provider to find available vaccine. also. bad cases of the stomach flu are now going around.we'll talk about that coming up tonight at six.
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>> here's the latest nation- wide flu map from the centers for disease control. and for this first time this flu season, according to the c-d-c, california has high activity. not quite the *highest level, which is red, but this is the first week califonria is orange. go back just a month.and it's a totally different map. californaia was green - indicating minimal flu activity. the whole west coast is in pretty good shape in late december. now we'll go back to the beginning of the flu season. early october.minimal flu activity everywhere. then watch as we play it out. you can see.week by week.how the flu spreads. now into december.and january. the areas hardest hit by the flu is changing.and we're of the flu in california. tonight. dublin police say,
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>> the alameda district said that they had *no choice but to shoot a man. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. all this happening about 9- am, on fredericksen lane. investigators say, a concerned father called 9-1- 1 for help. because his 28- year-old son was acting in a bizarre manner >> within two minutes, he was already out of the house charging police. the deputy fired struck the suspect and the suspect was able to take him... peter was able to take the suspect into custody >> pam: a lone deputy from the alameda county sherrif's office. was the first to arrive on the scene investigators say, the man who was shot is expected to survive. and it's not the first time they have had to respond to distrurbances involving the same person. >> serious charges could now be ahead for a teenager accused of unrelentingly bullying two younger school- mates. kron4's rob fladeboe walks us through how police say it all unfolded.
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>> reporter: morgan hill police were back on campus here at britton middle school on friday. they now say a 14-year-old student will face charges of battery in addition to on- >> he displaced a gun towards a gun and also he another shot a another teenager with the air gone. >> reporter: air--a- gun...air gun..police say the air soft shooting occurred after the boy had been warned by the school resource officer to lay off a pair of 13-year old being wanted the younger boys to smoke marijuana with him. >> once he refused, he started bullying them to try to change their mind. >> reporter: later that night, after a 2nd warning by both police and school officials, the 14-year-old continued the bullying by sending threatening text messages to the younger boys cell phones and posted
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similar threats on facebook. the school is now working to identify any other possible victims of the bullying. a statement that went out to all britton parents.the district says it's working with law enforcement called the incident.'an opportunity for parents to remain aware of your student's activity around town and on-line.' facing battery, making harrassing phone calls and other charges, former prosecutor and legal analyst steven clark tells kron 4 news the 14-year-old could ultimately spend time in juvenile hall and be expelled from school. clark says both the courts and schools have little tolerance these days for any kind of bullying. in morgan hill rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> catherine: apple is ending the week as a runner- up. the cupertino-based company was surpassed today by exxon - as the world's most valuable company. the stock has been on the decline since the quarterly earnings report came out wednesday. it suggests that apple's fast growth phase may be coming to an end. the stock fell 2.4%
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today.following a 12% drop thursday. on the other hand -- don't cry for apple. its products are still flying off shelves. >> pam: a morgan hill man now facing charges in the molestiion of four children. this is the suspect -- 65- year-old miguel delgado. investigators say they found evidence at delgado's home, linking him to the crime. >> a candlight-walk planned to mark the annivesary of a long-missing dublin child. 13 year old ilene misheloff vanished on the way home from school 24 years ago. the candlelight walk will be on january 30th and will start at 7 p-m at wells middle school. they will walk the path taken by ilene the day she disappeared. >> catherine: freezing weather is causing big problems across much of the country tonight. including major accidents. that's at 5:30. >> pam: but first, what is your name worth to you? kron4 talked to the man who
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auctioned his off -- to advertise a bay area tech startup. >> and -- just hours ago the 49ers coach talking [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ female announcer ] a great price for a great triple-play bundle. [ male announcer ] call now. bundles with u-verse tv, internet and home phone start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years. [ female announcer ] switch today and get a total home dvr included, free for life. [ male announcer ] you get reliable, high speed internet on our advanced digital network. choose from speeds up to 24 megs. [ female announcer ] and with u-verse tv you can record four shows at once on your total home dvr and play them back in any room. [ male announcer ] so call now. u-verse triple-play bundles start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years. [ female announcer ] with a total home dvr included, free for life. [ male announcer ] it's a triple-play bundle that's hard to beat. same great price. two whole years.
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[ male announcer ] only from at&t. >> pam: the forty niners are finishing their super bowl preperations, and will fly to new orleans this weekend. grant lodes is here with the latest niners news. >> reporter: last practice before leaving.
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today was the last practice. jim harbaugh great mood. coach harbaugh looked on as colin kaepernick and the offense worked on passing plays. the weather was holding out, they are ready to get to new orleans. it can be distracting with the hoopla. and new orleans he says that there will be a curfew. with all the excitement the focus needs to be on the game. >> i want them to enjoy it, enjoy every minute and especially enjoy the
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competition that is the most exciting thing to look forward to explain his game and working together, fighting together, playing together. for a chance to win the championship perfect for >> a good news is that they are favored to win purify >> yes by a least four points. certainly that could change between now and when this is played on next sunday depending on injury or god forbid, a arrested. colin kaepernick is possibly the most that on player in history. he is so dynamic that there are so many different ways you can bet on him. >> pam: colin kaepernick grew up not far from the bay area.
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was raised not too far from the bay area. coming up at 5-30 -- we'll take you to his home-town - where kaepernick fever is all the rage. >> and we also want to see your 49ers fan fever. log on to the kron4 facebook fan page. post you're picture. we'll be showing them on air ahead. >> catherine: a developing story. there's a new chapter in the casey anthony case. today an appeals court tossed out two of her convictions for lying to police. two other convictions were upheld. this is video from when she was acquitted in the 2008 death of her two-year-old daughter caylee. the judges agreed with anthony's attorneys that two of the convictions for lying amounted to double jeopardy. >> jacqueline: we did see some showers it is still pretty mild with the 60s in a number of locations. 60s in redwood city. changes are coming right back and that
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this increasing clouds from the north. we will continue with the increase with clouds and spotty showers associated. through the north and the weekend another system will push roof. showers hit and miss cooler air this weekend. next weekend, though dreyer warmer weather will resume. for tickets see some showers to the south from that the system but it is pretty much down through l.a.. we will see some rain to the north bay but it is a sliding over northern california. a look at futurecast some spotty showers through the el diablo range. notice this is not very organized or extensive. the clouds will
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start actually decrease in tomorrow. clear skies with increasing clouds for the rest of the day the threat of showers near the coast. temperatures tomorrow be cooler. upper 50s for the most part but still 53 daly city, san rafael. 56 in concord, livermore. a look get your extended forecast with a chance of showers. dryer weather for or early next week but merely chilly. it will gradually start getting back to 60s next week. >> would you sell your name? you're last name
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these marketing extremes. gabe slate tech report this tech 7 with apps, there are so monday to start off as you have to be unique to get attention. jason sadler had an ebay auction. >> i had actually no expectations. and only 43 days. it ended at $45,500. this san francisco based headsets.com it is for every possible unmatchable had set. they are looking for ways to get the word out so they bought his last name. now his name is jason
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headsets.com the n.y. times, huffington post. this is the ceo >> $45,500 is quite a price tag. (english accent) the phone did not stop v bringing. >> perhaps you thought that perhaps not is enough? but there was no water, no pride for him. >> my mom was going through the divorce and she did not want the last name anymore and i did not want the last time this is my third less they more not to sell it? >> i asked what is it like with such a unique name? >> when i go to star box i like to give them my name
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: snow showers for the nation's capital with four deaths.
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this snowfall tonight in washington d.c. may be pretty. but the wintry weather is still causing huge problems for much of the northeast and midwest. and beyond. at least 4 people have major traffic problems. catherine heenan is here with the story. >> catherine: one of those traffic problems was earlier tonight in colorado. the driver of a tanker full of diesel fuel went off a very icy road - into a ditch. highway patrol officers in several states say they have their hands full with snow and ice. as for the tanker -- you san see what's left of it. it caught fire and8-thousand gallons of fuel spilled. the stormy weather has been moving into the south. icy roads in tennessee also made driving very dangerous. nashville. there were lots of accidents. there have also been delays and cancellations today for air travelers. including at the nashville airport - where all inbound american airline flights were canceled. it's not just accidents. the icy, snow covered roads are slowing the delivery of everything from groceries to mail. this is kentucky.where some highways were shut down. there have also been a lot of reports of people and
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animals falling through ice. special coast guard teams have been doing extra training to deal with that. bitterly cold conditions could last through the weekend in many places. and look how tough it was for some students in provo, utah to get around today. just getting from one class to another was a challenge. the ice here made it very difficult to walk. a thick sheet of frozen rain had people hanging on to handrails or walls. or sliding along. the film student who shot this video says this kind of ice was covering the whole >> jacqueline: the problem with this is that it was not the long ago towards the eastern united states with cold temperatures. even teens. a lot of snow over the east coast and the chicago. fade dangerous
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situation basically also continuing at this hour. there are a number of winter warnings and advisories. the biggest delays at washington d.c. airport. philadelphia, la guardia. the good news is that if we pressing through, quickly. it should be tapered off by the week. >> pam: vice president joe biden is on the road promoting the president's gun control plan. on friday he traveled to virginia, a state well known for it's support of the second ammendment, which protects the right to keep and bear arms. the p-r campaign concides with a march for new gun control laws set for the nation's capital this weekend. stacey cohan reports. >> reporter: lawmakers in richmond are all too familiar with the challenges of gun laws. the mass shooting at virginia tech in 2007 prompted the creation of an expert panel there to examine gun safety issues. the vice president and homeland security secretary janet napolitano sat down friday with former panel
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administration tries to promote new national gun laws. >> we were able to really quiz our friends here who america knows, what happened at virginia tech the leader of the independent firearm owners association says polticians need to adjust their aim. >> instead of focusing on the gun, we need to focus on the problem, which is always, in whose hands are the guns gun control became a top presidential priority following the mass shooting in a newtown, connecticut elementary school. president obama is pushing for background checks on all gun sales and a renewed ban president's plan will march on washington this weekend. kathleen turner will be among them. >> this is not an attack on the second ammendment. i don't think anybody is going to say you may not own a gun. it is simply let's own it responsibly and wisely. >> reporter: march participants want a ban on assault rifles and high capacity ammunition
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magazines. they also seek increased background checks and gun safety training for buyers. but feldman says any effort at a new ban is more political than productive. >> what is going to be the impact of the future ban on those magazines and guns. on criminals and crazy people? zero. nada. >> reporter: the president is hoping his gun plan will have better odds than that.with lawmakers on capitol hill. in washington, i'm stacey cohan kron4 news. >> catherine: president obama got some unwelcome legal news today. a federal appeals court has struck down three of the appointments he made while congress was on its holiday break. they were for jobs on the national labor relations board. the court said it was an unconstitutional use of executive power. republicans had claimed the appointments created a panel
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that was overly pro-union. this could lead to another court battle. >> everything the president sees and hears -- goes through his chief of staff. it's one of the most powerful positions in the country. today - president obama gave the job to one of his most trusted advisers. until now -- denis mc- donough has been the security adviser. he's also been helping him out since the days obama was a freshman senator from illinois. nearly 10 years ago. >> he was able to show me where the restrooms were and how to pass a bill. i should point out that he even had gray hair back then. i've been trying to catch up to have met. at that time i have been relying on his intellect and that is continued every sense. >> catherine: co-workers describe mcdonough as skilled in both policy and politics -- known for putting a human touch on a demanding job. also today -- the president
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announced 10 appointments to senior white house jobs. four of them are women. months after superstorm sandy.thousands of families are still living in hotels in new york and new jersey. at least 35-hundred of them. this is some of the extensive damage after the storm. people who lost their homes say they're in a constant state of anxiety about where they'll sleep at night. fema money is paying for the hotel rooms -- but they expire every two weeks.and families can't be sure about how long they'll get to keep them. the next deadline is saturday. >> pam: today lucky 49ers fans were able to get their hands on a pair of thesesuperbowl tickets for the big game vs the baltimore ravens next weekendthese season ticket holders who took part in a lottery drawing for the chance to score a pair of ticketstell kron4.it doesn't matter where they are sitting. as long as they are at the game. >> i have been a season ticket holder for 37 years.
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i am going to be excited. just to be there is exciting enough and my team is going to win. if".with these two tickets" >> pam: depending on the seating chart.lottery winners had a choice of paying $850.00 or $950.00.per ticket. to see the 49ers go for super bowl victory number 6 >> its kaepernick fever in the small town of turlock. when it comes to the 49ers star quarterback. no place may be prouder than the small town he grew up in. stephanie cruz tell us what some turlock businesses are doing to honor their super bowl bound star. >> it is nice to have won some local derecognized. >> what does 49ers football half to do with cookies or cupcakes? everything! old- time pastries has been around three decades but these are not able to stay on the racks. >> we've put no. 7, and they have been going like
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wildfire. >> they are showing their pride and creative ways. >> everybody is saying colin kaepernick the s, and it is nice. >> many people have their own menu items such as a hot dog. a special saw as sauce and he is so original i think that it came together nice. >> this is a town of 69,000 people. all this success has made things like this are getting people from all over northern california even out of state. not just what is on it but how you eat it. >> and it takes to hands. he has given his home town some new life. the value of everything that we were be on television. it is even sweeter when you can almost taste the super bowl.
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>> jacqueline: the increase with clouds the view from our mount tam cam clouds. possibility out of rainfall and a letter this weekend. later this weekend... [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ female announcer ] a great price for a great triple-play bundle. [ male announcer ] call now. bundles with u-verse tv, internet and home phone start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years. [ female announcer ] switch today and get a total home dvr included,
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homes have also fallen to their lowest level since may, 20 05. >> spotty shower activity but clear skies. the temperatures are warming in a number of places. 66 degrees and the same in napa. oakland, redwood city and half moon bay. as for take a live look outside with the increase with clouds from a system to the north. so far, not a lot of rain with just some of rainfall totals isolated. the satellite showing some sporadic shower activity. just to the south over the el diablo range. we are bracing for the system but not that strong. as it is moving towards us it is a drying up. not much rainfall associated. a bit of a break and clear skies in spotty
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cloud patterns offshore. with more showers near the coast. and also indicating cold temperatures. it is coming out from the gulf of alaska. spot a shower activity but some areas hit or miss. keeping the umbrella handy but you will notice partly cloudy skies and mostly sunny for the weekend. showers here, there. the dry, warm weekend will continue. however, by 8:00 p.m., still the possibility of lingering showers otherwise, dry conditions returning to the northward just some areas of the very light rain and that is it. we will start to see the clouds of decreasing. mostly clear skies but again, the possibility of shower activity saturday night. and
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showers mainly near the coast. as for the afternoon the thames and much cooler. by 10 degrees upper 50s but a lower 50s near the coast. as for the sierras, still rainfall as the go towards tomorrow. still the possibility of snow flurries and the chance of a couple of inches of the higher elevations. as the temperatures are trending down. chilly towards the sierras and locally. dropping by tend degrees and more. there is the chance of spotty shower activity dropping by 10 degrees. warmer, next week. certiified to find it
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>> catherine: tina turner is trying to get swiss citizenship. meaning the 73-year-old will be giving up her u.s. citizenship. she moved to switzerland back in 1995 and loves it. she's in a picturesque town on the shores of lake zurich. turner has reportedly already passed a local civics test and interview. she says she feels at home in switzerland - and can't imagine a better place to be. lance armstrong is apparently "not" interested in trying to dance his way back into favor with the public. he has turned down a spot on "dancing with the stars." one of armstrong's representatives says it's not the first time the show has invited him. this year's offer came before his recent tell-all interview on how he spent his cycling career - doping. also this week -- he's being sued by people who bought his books. they're claiming the books amounted to false and a reminder -- you can catch all your entertainment news here on kron-4. the o-m-g insider starts at 7:00, followed by entertainment tonight at 7- 30.
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>> pam: a modern twist on a classic children's tale takes hansel and gretel to the dark side. plus, a new flick that will keep you guessing and scene. here's a preview of this week's new releases in now
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showing. >> reporter: the "hansel and gretel" you know was only the beginning of the story. in "hansel and gretel witch hunters" the brother and sister duo made famous by the children's tale are all grown up and are on the hunt for witches. traveling the world to end evil. "hansel and gretel witch hunters" is rated pg-13. >> and kevin clark is here. it is going to be awkward. >> the cast list for "movie 43" reads like a who's who of hollywood. richard gere, elizabeth banks, gerard butler, emma stone, kate winslet, hugh jackman and kristen bell.just to name a few.appear in this unique film. it's composed of multiple inter-connected short films, chronicling three kids on a quest to find the most banned movie in the world. >> i dare you to blow out
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his candles. >> reporter: when the cast is this large and the plot is so complex.be prepared for anything. "movie 43" is rated r. for now showing i'm martha shade. >> jacqueline: the tail end of this system you can see from our mount tam cam clear skies. what we can expect, coming ou offifth u, coming up.. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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>> ahead at six. a third kidnap attempt in the bay area in just a weeks time. we bring you the latest on an attempt in millbrae. >> a claim of a roaming gunman sends several schools into lockdown. now police are working to find the person behind the hoax.
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new tonight at six. a developing story on an attemtped child kidnapping in millbrae. kron 4's grant lodes shows us exactly where it happened.grant. >> this man is described as middle eastern. he is driving a dark green colored sedan. no license plate number but they should just be on alert for anybody suspicious. in antioch this school on high alert now in antioch. an elementary school on high alert. after a fifth grader was reportedly targeted in a kidnap attempt. kron 4's terisa estacio has more. >> reporter: parents held their children tight with a protective arm. as they
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speperded them to school friday - it was just one of many steps taken here at sutter elementary school as it dealt with reports of an attempted abduction. the principal tells kron four that they spoke with each child about what to do in a crisis like that. >> we focused on the main point of getting the stranger danger. make sure you do not get into a car that you do not know. even if they are nice or appear to be nice or offer you something if you do not know them? cannot grow with them. >> reporter: to not-go with them. >> reporter: look here. in the afternoon as school got out. aniticoh police showed up to one by one to help with security. not only did the drive by school. but see here as they keep a watchful eye. chefparents again flooded the school to bring their children safely back home. one parent says she used to allow her's to walk. from home and back. but will never do that again. at this park. where the adbudction reportedly occurred. it was practically vacant. parents say they are steering clear. another parent says she only allows here children to
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come here if she is right by their side. >> i am just afraid. that is why i am here and that is why we have a dog i think antioch has gotten worse. they have cut a lot of police. it is just not safe for children to be alone. >> reporter: in antioch, teresa s. talk show, kron 4. banffthe search is still on for a >> pam: the search is on for a kidnapper in san jose. surveilance video from a nearby home. caught the struggle between the suspect and a 13- year old girl. in the early morning hours last friday. the girl fought off her kidnapper and managed to get away. sketch of the suspect. but he has not been caught. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room michael crabtree will not face sexual assault charges. they say that the special victim should it has finished its investigation and will not be charges
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filed. he was accused of sexual assault early sunday morning. just after the 49ers beat the packers. the big news is that as the go to new orleans the player, michael crabtree is not facing charges. >> pam: police are investigating claims of a gunmen roaming the streets in sunnyvale. a claim that turned out to be a hoax! kron 4's alecia reid is live. alecia- this led three schools to go into lockdown? >> that is correct, pam. this gunman came in and they reacted right away and was shut down for three hours. >> we were fortunate because there were several sunnyvale police department and went into an immediate lockdown.
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>> we stayed in our class's and we kept quiet. >> some kids made it up so i am guessing that he was really bored. it is really greasy. they searched the entire exterior and replied to individual classroom searches for they were able to call it off at that time >> reporter: they were calling that a hoax and a high alert issued. nothing was left unturned the parents were relieved that there was nothing serious. >> if they found somebody it is not so good. being safe is the best a bang. >> reporter: so far, there's no word if there has been charges for this student. that is the
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latest, kron 4. >> pam: tonight. the alameda county sherrif's office says, they had *no choice but to shoot a man.who charged at a deputy while holding a knife this happened about 9-am, on fredericksen lane. investigators say, a concerned father called 9-1- 1 for help. because his 28- year-old son was acting in a bizarre manner the sheriff's office says.the first deputy on the scene had only seconds to react after stepping out of his patrol car. ".very successful" investigators say, the man who was shot is expected to survive. >> we are continuing to understand. investigators say the man is expected to survive. is not they have had to respond to that area. because of distrurbances involving the same person. new at six. >> pam: a contagious stomach
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bug.has made its way to california. and if you get it. you can get really sick. kron 4's justine waldman is here with the details. >> reporter: a nasty and new case of the norovirus is going around. it is called the sydney strain. because it started in austrailia. and it is here now. and if you get it you can feel miserable for several days. the virus is in your digetive track. it is very contagious and mostly spreads through food and water. and on surfaces. symptoms include stomach pain, fever, diarrhea, nausea and vomitting. the only treatment. is to let it run its course. you should drink water to stay hydrated. but having a flu shot or antibiotics will not work to get you better. the best way to aviod this. wash your hands. from experts that i talked to today.soap and water works better than hand sanitizers. >> pam: we're now just 9 days away from the super
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bowl and while that may sound close there is still a full week of nfl festivities in new orleans. if you're not headed to the game, don't worry you'llsee alle excitement here on kron. kron 4's j.r. stone has more on what's to come in the week ahead. >> i will be. we are talking about dozens of the events in the big easy. as for what you can expect? take a look. >> there are some of the biggest comeback in the history and now the 49ers are going to go to orleans. this will start sunday. this will be somewhat have
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referred to as a circus of offense. tuesday, there will take to the fields. they will be talking wednesday, they will talk with us at 6:00 a.m. friday, it is all about the coach's gem harbaugchairm to speak brother,o brother, and super bowl sunday. if they will arrive in the morning and at which
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point they will prepare for the kickoff against their ravens. those are the main events do not forget joe montana, steve young. many will have movie stars such cherished jenny mccarthy. >> today at candlestick park. some lucky 49ers fans were able to get their hands on a pair of these superbowl tickets for the big game versus the baltimore ravens one long-time season ticket holder, who took part in the lottery drawing for the chance to score the tickets tells kron 4.he has been waiting a long time for this. >> i have been a season ticket holder for 37 years. i am excited as you cannot believe. and my team. "they're going to win" >> pam: the proud 49ers fan.
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showed off his laminated super bowl16 ticket.from back in 1982 when the 9ers won their first super bowl versus the cincinnati bengals at the pontiac dome in detroit michigan >> jacqueline: we did see some showers. but not that extensive as we take a look of the satellite and radar. it is approaching just isolated showers with it. the rain to this system and some showers this evening to the north bay. really, this will not be much of a big rainmaker. this system pressing to the east not impacting us but we do have another system in the wake that we're dealing with right now. spotty shower activity through sunday. a look at our current conditions quite mild. it remains on the warmer side 60s in a number of places and it will get colder. we
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will talk all about it. coming up. still ahead. a bay area middle school student facing charges for bullying!. a new chapter in the casey anthony case. why half of her convictions will be thrown out. and. one mayor is asking big banks to take on gun makers! his plan. coming up. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers...
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>> pam: in morgan hill, a
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14-year old boy is facing battery and other charges in connection with the alleged bullying of two 13-year-old classmates. police say all three go to britton middle school where the older boy had been bullying and threatening the younger boys and in an incident that took place off-campus, shot both boys, one in the leg and the other in the face, with an 'airsoft' bb-gun. >> he was pulled out of school informing him on the policy of bullying and told him to stop there is no tolerance for that he continued online sending the victims messages and also continuing the bullying them through facebook. >> pam: police say the 14- year-old the younger boys because they refused to smoke marijuana with him. legal analyst steven clark schools have little tolerance for
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bullying and the boy could ultimately spend time in juvenile hall and be expelled from school >> catherine: a florida appeals court has tossed out two of the convictions against casey anthony for lying to police. two others will be upheld. anthony's attorneys argued that two of the convictions and the florida judges agreed. anthony was tried and acquitted for the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter caylee. but was found guilty of lying to investigators. >> catherine: anti-abortion activists were protesting in washington d.c today. calling this a 'march for life.' thousands joined in. the event coincides with this week's 40-th anniversary of the roe versus wade supreme court decision - upholding a woman's right to abortion.. demonstrators rallied at the national mall with religious leaders and politicians. and there was a message from speaker john boehner. >> in accordance with the will of the people, we will again work to pass the no taxpayer funding for abortion act, formally codifying the hyde
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amendment. of course, defending life is much more than just voting the right way or saying the right things. it's about promoting a culture of life. it's about understanding that abortion is defining human rights as the issue of our time because human life is not an economic or political commodity and no government on earth has the right to treat it as such. >> catherine: activists ended the rally by marching to the steps of the supreme court. >> chicago mayor rahm emanuel is asking big banks to stop lending to gun makers. he's writing to the bank of america and to t-d bank. he wants the ceo's to use their influence to pressure gun makers to support tougher gun control. both banks offer lines of credit to gun makers which do 'not' support more gun control. at this point. the banks are not responding publicly. we take a look at the world >> some scattered showers
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but mostly sunny skies. temperatures for in the upper 60s in a number of places. pleasanton, livermore, 60s through napa. 60s in oakland, redwood city. we are was seen more changes with the satellite and radar some of those showers lingering and some have tried out. tail end even a few areas of light rain. this will not be a big rainmaker. a bit of a break for the afternoon with clear skies before this returns. this is that spotty cloud pattern that we are dealing with. for quite some time, some instability. that will be becoming more pronounced on sunday. tomorrow, the clouds will decrease.
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saturday night/sunday showers hit/mess as we go towards the coast. but temperatures cooler as ticket that blast of arctic air. for next week, the dry and warmer weather will resume. they look at futurecast pinpointing some light shower activity over the el diablo range but otherwise, dry. showers coming in from the north as record towards five, decreasing and watch this, just clearing out. mostly clear skies for tomorrow. the clouds will increase as the second system approaches. that chance of rainfall continues. certainly, it is going to be cool about 10 degrees in some spots. 57 in napa, daly
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city and 57 degrees in san jose. as for the sierras, rainfall. the rain showers continuing as we go towards a saturday evening is when the snow will start to a takeover. that cool air and a sunday morning we could get a couple of inches of accumulations in the sierras. as for the extended forecast some precipitation possible. sunday morning it will stay near the coast for a look of those temperatures. sunday, monday, warm, dry. >> pam: news ahead. including a look at an airplane that catches on fire midflight! fire midflight! look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off.
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>> this just in to the kron 4 news room there is an officer involved shooting. with our abc seven news crew. this is in oakland. we do have a news crew on the way. these are still developing but an officer involved in shooting at 48 avenue and east 12th street in east oakland. >> pam: in world news. in cairo, egypt. demonstrators have returned to tahrir square. protesters are marking the second anniversary of the revolution that ousted president hosni mubarak. now groups are protesting egypt's current president, mohamed morsi. they are trying to force him to change the constitution that gives morsi a vast amount of power. they also are demanding freedom of expression and the independence of the judiciary.
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>> lightning hit the engine of a turkish airline flight, causing the engine to catch fire. a passenger caught the frightening incident on camera. the flight from istanbul, carrying 114 people, was preparing to land in izmir when the lighting hit. it was also captured on video from the ground where you could see the fiery aircraft streak across the sky. the pilot turned on the motor's own fire extinguisher, declared an emergency and was able to land safely. turkish airlines says no one was hurt. [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers
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>> pam: getting to class was quite a challenge for some students at brigham young university in utah. you can see people trying to make their way across campus. but as you can see it's covered in ice! some students played it safe and held on to handrails.while others
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>> there's new information on breaking news there has been an officer shot. he has been rushed to the hospital. this is helicopter footage from our partner should with abc seven. this is in the east oakland. our partnership-with abc seven, the zeroth shots. we do have a news crew on the way. this is at 12th street and 48. we will keep you posted as lsoon as we know anything. >> this visible police presence in millbrae.
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following an incident when a girl was approached by a man with a vehicle. he * later, to get in the vehicle. sheriffs have been looking for this man word is going are to all parents and the district. >> another big story at setter elementary. parents say they are not taking any chances. this after sutter .... elementary. there were showing up in force one parent said that she normally allows her child to wall, but will never let that happen again. police will be increasing patrols as well. in antioch, kron 4.
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>> this and dublin, a deputy with the a limited sheriff's department shoots a suspect after a father piles of 911. concerning his son's erratic behavior after the father- call tonight 11. >> the deputy fired struck the suspect and the suspect was no longer charging the deputy. >> reporter: haazig madyun kron 4 >> reporter: in the sunnyvale, this school was on the lockdown. they called it off later say that it was a hoax. because it was on high alert they needed to sign their children out for the day. alecia reed, kron 4 news. >> reporter: new numbers from the cdc's the flu sus seems to be slowing down for the flu-season but this
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map is showing that some areas are not quite as impacted. >> reporter: this 14 year- old boy has been cited for cyber bullying a fellow classmates. he is a student at for an elementary. the unidentified teenager was bullying children on the internet and at school. at one point he was threatening and shot at one with a plastic be begun he is now facing criminal charges after shooting after a student with a plastic air bb gun.. >> the police apartment is already putting plans in place to avoid this scene from the world series
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victory. they want to to a trash can collection and is suggesting that borrowers serve less hard alcohol tavern's-serve less hard spirits. >> of this very isolated at this hour this rainfall but we're going to continue to see rainfall for the weekend. this satellite is bringing some spotty, light showers. that is about the extent of it. and a bit of a break before a a another system. you will notice is moving offshore is an indicated that it is instability. the futurecast, with mainly dry conditions and the rain on about 11 is not going to bring much with it. and clause will already
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started to decrease the lost-clouds will already start to decrease but they will be increasing with the chances near the coast. also, it is going to be cooler. about 10 degrees cooler than today. 50s for the most part. san francisco, daly city and a look at your extended forecast. the chance of rainfall with cooler temperatures as these storms to the north rim as arctic air. dry, warmer air. >> we continue to follow breaking news in oakland this is a live look over east oakland from our helicopter parker shop. this oakland police officer has been shot. more details, coming up.
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>> the update to this officer involved shooting in oakland. there are two suspects in custody. you are looking at a live video. this is courtesy of our abc partnership with abc seven. one officer has been shot. he was shot in the leg. and there are two suspects in custody. this is near 49th and east 12th. this happened about 5:50. there is not a lot of information related to this shooting. these are non-life threatening injuries this is the second officer involved shooting in oakland in one week. on
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monday, if you remember in undercover officer was shot. >> still ahead, the coach from harbaugh to the players. as they get ready for this super bowl and colin kaepernick could be the most bet on player in the super bowl history sports, coming up. .
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>> good evening, everybody. we are getting closer and closer. probably their last full workout before they go to the super bowl. colin kaepernick just spoke to steve young. coach harbaugh.
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>> things that we always emphasize and that is studying for the test. preparing for the study and to task at hand. i wanted them to enjoy it, every minute. and into the competition. they will be fighting to gather, for a chance to win the championship. >> it is difficult to find anything wrong with the 49ers with those are going to point to david acres. if this was going to come down to a field goal lead be able to deliver? harbaugh already said that he is the kicker. >> we just have to do what we have done and we have had a great practice season. pre-game and all of that.
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and it is one of those savings it is then a bit of a head scratcher just six minutes away from the possibility of being the home she happened that is a cool thought. >> that is one thing about being a place-kicker. once you are making those nobody will talk to you. and all the cameras and microphones are in-your-face. one of the best sports writers talks about acres. >> it is all in his head and somehow he has to find a way. if there is something that you have bothering you. i do not know if it will help to worry about it in the orleans. i do not know how bad is going to help. he might need some tranquilizers or something. that will be fascinating
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>> a good sound bite. >> he is a california sports writer. 14 times. >> i am glad he it is great. >> he went to work early for the l eight *. right when magic johnson he was on the beat with the lakers he has written books about them. forget the super bowl, he releases his terrific. willis and lewis have been keeping in touch by texting. ray lewis will be retiring and patrick lewis is considered to be the era heir.. this story seems odd that combatants would be texting leading up to the big game. that is the story
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of those we will look forward to religious people keep expecting the money has been down powerhouse ray lewis and the defense, the latest numbers on a scene is down to three or 3.5. colin kaepernick could be the most bet on player in super bowl history a couple of reasons. they cannot wait to bet on him he is a quarterback. this means that there could be 20 different propositions. will colin kaepernick throw. will alicia keys mess up on the star spangled banner. >> and it did christina aguliera mess tha of last
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year? >> and i think that they would bet on practically anything. and destiny's child will be going the halftime show it is going to be a big event. one week from sunday and how about tiger woods. a great round at the farmers insurance open. this is outside san diego. and tiger is 7 under, 65. leading by two strokes. russell, this milestone today. this is hard to believe. this 54 year-old had his first three races and finished third but my gosh. he has not had nearly
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12,000 of the 50,000 races and covered 43 mi.. that is roughly the equivalent of 43-thousand miles which is roughly the equivalent of two times around the globe. along the equator. one of the most famous and alembic history. the miracle on ice team. and they say do you believe in miracles? now, here is the latest he is selling his hockey stick and seeking $1 million. saying he does not need his the money but he wants to leave a nest egg just a quick thing with jacqueline bennett and die. that the with a you attacked that and you called her snippy and he finished off by saying dustbin he not is? that we are n
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>> what do we have? >> reggie, can we please slow down on kaepernick. joe montana, steve young and all of a sudden he seems to be a nobody? >> gary: i think that that is a bit of an exaggeration he could be one of the most talented. he does not have
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the experience but of course montana has 4 super bowls. but this time he is going to be a big star and he will be around for a while. >> and i thought that you did not care for tattoos. >> what people get mixed up on is what i said is that if you are talking about young people if you are an incredible one-of-a-kind talent you can have all the tattoos that you want. but if you are just a kid and you have all of these tattoos there are still a lot of employers that will get a little nervous and if you have. sion. >> but that tattoos are a lot of religious in nature. >> but i would wait until i got a position in life that i am comfortable. >> the why some like an old
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white employer. but many people get scared. and while i think that you are sharp and funny i never really cents and the passion for local teams. >> that is why i think that you can last. after a couple of years they get tired of you but if they think that if this guy says something good he means it. i think that is the way to go. because the teams can control most of the broadcasters. but if you control your own bank. >> what is your favorite or current and with david lee. >> that is ridiculous. and he deserved to be on the
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team. there were too many good guards and i do not think that if you really know of the game at all about was the right thing for the warriors. it had nothing to do with color. >> now i am living in an order michigan you were great on the cbs radio why do you not do more national stuff? >> with one out of tent. if they do just one of tent they will be fine. they are smart enough to know to just sprinkle it and. you are a hit...
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